Landgasthof Deutsche Eiche
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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It's been several years since we last saw Roswitha and Peter, and that was when they were out in Australia for Robert and Natalie's wedding. I worked with Roswitha 40 years ago in South Africa before they returned to Germany with their 2 young boys. We spent a lovely day with them at their home in Schliersee, lunch in the sun out in theIr garden and a walk up in the alps near their home, and once again, we just picked up where we last left off. ...
... service on my phone until we crossed over from Denmark to Germany, and couldn’t sleep. Luckily, Despicable Me 2 is saved on my laptop, so I watched it until I could fall asleep. But at the next stop, a mother and child came into our room, so it took a little bit more time for me to all asleep.
We woke up on the train at about 4:30, where we patiently, yet nervously waited for someone to tell us we were at our stop, ...
... Arts and is now going to train to be a teacher. So we had lots to talk about. We have met some lovely people on our travels, both young and old and quite a few NZers. Just a couple of art works, yes I know! The plastic "hay" bales are dotted around a number of parks, just as they would in the country. These ones are in front of the Pinakothek Moderne, inside of which we found these beautiful light works by ...
... I had a blast hanging out with him! The train was nice and fast! I started reading my Prague book so I know more about the city before I get there! At the hostel, I ran into one of my Salzburg friends, Tessa. Since it was raining and we didn't know what to do, we joined forces and decided to go to the BMW headquarters. To be honest, I'm not the biggest fan of cars so I was going there to say I've been there. And to look at some of the cars! The weather was not good today so ...
... s festivities of Oktoberfest. For anyone who doesn't know, a dirndl is a dress that almost everyone wears at Oktoberfest, more of a tradition than anything. We found them in about every store but none of us were willing to spend 100 euro on something we would wear once, so we stuck to these fake "lederhosen" shirts! I liked them better anyways! Later that night we went to the Hofbråuhaus! One of the "Must-See's" if you visit Munich! Talk about a mad house! Two stories ...